Nintendo Play Station Prototype

Prior to the development of the original PlayStation, Sony planned to partner with Nintendo on a machine with a very similar moniker. The "Play Station" would have played Super NES games using a slot on the top, as well as new titles running from a CD-ROM drive. Legend has it that of the original 200 prototypes, 199 were destroyed, leaving only this example, owned — and thus saved — by Sony Computer Entertainment founder Olaf Olaffson. Found in 2009, it has since seen its optical drive repaired by noted console modder Benjamin Heckendorn and will be auctioned off by Heritage on February 27, 2020.

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